Monday, September 1, 2014, 9:00pm
President Obama will be spending part of his Labor Day in Milwaukee to rally for jobs, the economy and workers’ rights. Joy Cardin’s guests from the AFL-CIO weigh in on Obama’s job performance towards unions, Wisconsin’s gubernatorial race, the minimum wage and other issues.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014, 6:00am
With Wisconsin’s Act 10 being only a few years old, the battle over the rights of teachers’ unions may seem relatively new. According to Joy Cardin’s guest, the teaching profession has always been an embattled one. She’ll explain the origins of the “teacher wars” and what can be done to improve the education system in the United States.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014, 7:00am
A new resource center at UW-Marathon County will showcase former Congressman Dave Obey’s work in the House while encouraging young people to get involved in civics. Joy Cardin talks with the head of the Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service about the center and why he says it’s important for students to engage their communities. Then, she welcomes Obey for a discussion on the governor’s race, President Obama’s handling of ISIS and other political issues.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014, 8:00am
Despite having Social Security, perhaps a pension and other forms of income, you may need to rely on your nest egg for retirement. In this week’s On Your Money, Joy Cardin’s guest financial expert explains how much you can withdraw each year to make your money last. Plus, she discusses what a financial adviser’s credentials mean, when debt can be useful, and answers your personal finance questions.